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TWQ’s Favorites from 2021

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Caroline Patterson, Raymond Antrobus, Kerri Arsenault, Anthony W. Wood, Stephen Graham Jones.

In this special Sunday episode of The Write Question, our production team—Lauren Korn, host and co-producer; Peter Hoag, co-producer and editor; and Tom Berich, sound engineer—gathers some of their favorite moments from 2021.

The TWQ team would like to thank John Floridis, whose music provides the soundtrack for our show. A heartfelt thanks, also, to Beth Anne Austein, our previous sound engineer who retired this year—a wonderful and unwavering teacher-mentor of all things MTPR, a unifying force and tireless worker in the studio. And, as always, we want to thank our listeners for supporting us through another year of books and conversation: Thank you for listening.

Lauren’s 2021 picks:

Caroline Patterson, author of The Stone Sister (Black Lawrence Press). Listen to the full episode here. Purchase The Stone Sister here.

Raymond Antrobus, author of The Perseverance (Tin House Books). Listen to the full episode here. Purchase The Perseverance here.

Peter’s 2021 picks:

Kerri Arsenault, author of Mill Town: Reckoning with What Remains (St. Martin's Press). Listen to the full episode here. Purchase Mill Town here.

Anthony W. Wood, author of Black Montana: Settler Colonialism and the Erosion of the Racial Frontier, 1877-1930 (University of Nebraska Press). Listen to the full episode here. Purchase Black Montana here.

Tom’s 2021 pick:

Stephen Graham Jones, author of My Heart Is a Chainsaw (Gallery Books, Saga Press). Listen to the full episode here. Purchase My Heart Is a Chainsaw here.

Funding for The Write Question comes from Humanities Montana; members of Montana Public Radio; and from The Greater Montana Foundation—encouraging communication on issues, trends, and values of importance to Montanans. Thank you.

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